ZDoom Skype Request
I never tire of these.
A compilation of most of the doom gifs.
It’s that time again.
Rebellion’s Original Aliens vs. Predator is Free on GoG Galaxy
All’s you have to do is provide your email to GoG.com and a free copy of Aliens vs. Predator Classic 2000 is yours.
Relinquishing your contact also gives you access to the beta form of GoG Galaxy — an online gaming service aiming its double-jaws at Steam’s jugular. Though the full version of Rebellion’s FPS monster mash is being made available — including the single-player campaigns for the marine, xenomorph, and yautja (the term you never knew was used for Predators) — GoG wants players ripping each other apart in multiplayer in order to test their servers.
It’s free, and it’s modified for contemporary devices. What’ve you got to lose? Besides your life over and over again to snarling, 2000-era polygons. Get on it now because the offer is only valid for 48 hours.
Oh lord, the ironic Swan Fox fanbase grows even larger.
Yeah, I’ve played a couple levels of the “full” release and I had a lot of fun. It comes closest to being similar to shooters of old more than any other modern-made “throwback shooter.” Gameplay is lightning fast and shooting is very satisfying. Levels seem pretty nonlinear and there are secrets galore.
A Doom Landscape. The prompt? “A skeleton.” There’s totally skeletons on the stairs and stuff.
Terminus guided me through Swan Fox 2 in co-op. It was magical.
So much lavas, annoying marine allies, and hilarious mspaint awaited us. The story of this wad is truly masterful and almost left me in tears… of laughter.